PreK On My Way

Pre-K Pre-K | 2020

Publisher: Scholastic Education

TPG Coverage for
Student Materials
100.00%

Quality Review

The quality review is the result of extensive evidence gathering and analysis by Texas educators of how well instructional materials satisfy the criteria for quality in the subject-specific rubric. Follow the links below to view the scores and read the evidence used to determine quality.

Standards Alignment

Rubric Section 1
Texas Prekindergarten Guidelines Alignment
Percent of standards met in materials
Grade Student TPG % Teacher TPG %
Pre-K 100% 100%

Criteria for Quality

Rubric Section 2 Integration of Content, Skills, and Effective Practices Content and skills are integrated across domains. Total TOTAL100% (24 out of 24 points) 100%
Section 2 Integration of Content, Skills, and Effective Practices Content and skills are integrated across domains. Total 100% (24 out of 24 points)
2.1
Materials are cross-curricular and integrated in an authentic way to support students’ unified experience throughout the day.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

2.2
Materials utilize high-quality texts as a core component of content and skill integration.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

2.3
Materials support developmentally appropriate practice across all content domains.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

2.4
Materials fit within a developmentally appropriate programmatic structure.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

2.5
Materials include detailed guidance that supports teacher’s delivery of instruction.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

2.6
Materials are supported by child development research on children’s development within and across all domains.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

Rubric Section 3 Health and Wellness Associated Domains Health and wellness competence development is supported. Total TOTAL90% (18 out of 20 points) 90%
Section 3 Health and Wellness Associated Domains Health and wellness competence development is supported. Total 90% (18 out of 20 points)
3.1
Materials include direct social skill instruction and explicit teaching of skills.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

3.2
Materials include repeated opportunities for students to practice social skills throughout the day.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

3.3
Materials include ideal classroom arrangements that support positive social interactions.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

3.4
Materials include activities to develop physical skill and refine motor development through movement.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

3.5
Materials include activities that develop safe and healthy habits in students.
2 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

Rubric Section 4 Language and Communication Domain Listening and speaking skills are developed. Total TOTAL88% (14 out of 16 points) 88%
Section 4 Language and Communication Domain Listening and speaking skills are developed. Total 88% (14 out of 16 points)
4.1
Materials provide direct (explicit) instruction in developing students’ listening and speaking skills.
2 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

4.2
Materials provide guidance on developing students’ speaking skills.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

4.3
Materials support expanding student vocabulary.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

4.4
Materials support English Learners (ELs) in their development of English language skills and content knowledge.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

Rubric Section 5 Emergent Literacy: Reading Domain Key predictors of early literacy are developed. Total TOTAL79% (22 out of 28 points) 79%
Section 5 Emergent Literacy: Reading Domain Key predictors of early literacy are developed. Total 79% (22 out of 28 points)
5.1
Materials provide opportunities for students to develop oral language skills, including through authentic text conversations.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

5.2
Materials provide direct (explicit) instruction and opportunities for student practice in phonological awareness skills.
2 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

5.3
Materials provide direct (explicit) instruction and opportunities for student practice in alphabetic knowledge skills.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

5.4
Materials provide direct (explicit) instruction in print knowledge and concepts and opportunities for student practice.
2 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

5.5
Materials include a variety of text types and genres across contents that are high-quality and at an appropriate level of complexity.
2 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

5.6
Materials use a variety of approaches to develop students’ comprehension of text read aloud.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

5.7
Materials include appropriate strategies for supporting English Learners (ELs) in their development of emergent reading skills.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

Rubric Section 6 Emergent Literacy: Writing Domain Pre-writing skills are developed. Total TOTAL67% (8 out of 12 points) 67%
Section 6 Emergent Literacy: Writing Domain Pre-writing skills are developed. Total 67% (8 out of 12 points)
6.1
Materials include a variety of experiences through which students can engage with writing.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

6.2
Materials instruct students along the developmental stages of writing.
2 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

6.3
Materials support fine motor development alongside and through writing.
2 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

Rubric Section 7 Mathematics Domain Sequential development of early mathematical competencies and problem-solving skills is supported. Total TOTAL90% (18 out of 20 points) 90%
Section 7 Mathematics Domain Sequential development of early mathematical competencies and problem-solving skills is supported. Total 90% (18 out of 20 points)
7.1
Materials follow a logical mathematical continuum of concrete, pictorial, then abstract representations.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

7.2
Materials promote instruction that builds on students’ informal knowledge about mathematics.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

7.3
Materials intentionally develop young children’s ability to problem solve.
2 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

7.4
Materials build students’ number sense.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

7.5
Materials develop students’ academic math vocabulary.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

Rubric Section 8 Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, and Technology Applications Domains Integrated opportunities to develop science, social studies, fine arts, and technology competencies are included. Total TOTAL100% (16 out of 16 points) 100%
Section 8 Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, and Technology Applications Domains Integrated opportunities to develop science, social studies, fine arts, and technology competencies are included. Total 100% (16 out of 16 points)
8.1
Materials build science knowledge through inquiry-based instruction and exploration of the natural world.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

8.2
Materials build social studies knowledge through study of culture and community.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

8.3
Materials expose children to fine arts through exploration.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

8.4
Materials include technology applications.
4 out of 4 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

Rubric Section 9 Progress Monitoring Frequent strategic opportunities to monitor and respond to student progress are provided. Total TOTAL50% (3 out of 6 points) 50%
Section 9 Progress Monitoring Frequent strategic opportunities to monitor and respond to student progress are provided. Total 50% (3 out of 6 points)
9.1
Materials include developmentally-appropriate diagnostic tools (e.g. formative and summative progress monitoring) and guidance for teachers, students, and administrators to monitor progress.
1 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

9.2
Materials include guidance for teachers to analyze and respond to data from diagnostic tools.
1 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

9.3
Materials include frequent, embedded opportunities for monitoring progress.
1 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

Rubric Section 10 Supports for All Learners Guidance and support for diverse learners are provided. Total TOTAL83% (5 out of 6 points) 83%
Section 10 Supports for All Learners Guidance and support for diverse learners are provided. Total 83% (5 out of 6 points)
10.1
Materials include guidance, scaffolds, supports, and extensions that maximize student learning potential.
2 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

10.2
Materials provide a variety of instructional methods that appeal to a variety of learning interests and needs.
2 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

10.3
Materials include supports for English Learners (EL) to meet grade-level learning expectations.
1 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

Rubric Section 11 Implementation Easy-to-use guidance for implementation is provided. Total TOTAL80% (8 out of 10 points) 80%
Section 11 Implementation Easy-to-use guidance for implementation is provided. Total 80% (8 out of 10 points)
11.1
Materials include year-long plans and supports for teachers to identify needs of students and provide differentiated instruction to meet the needs of a range of learners to ensure grade-level success.
1 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

11.2
Materials include implementation support for teachers and administrators.
1 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

11.3
Materials provide implementation guidance to meet variability in programmatic design and scheduling considerations.
2 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

11.4
Materials provide guidance on fostering connections between home and school.
2 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

11.5
The visual design of student and teacher materials (whether in print or digital) is neither distracting nor chaotic.
2 out of 2 points

See Quality Review Evidence for this Indicator

Rubric Section 12 Additional Information Additional program information is provided by publishers. Information available.
Section 12 Additional Information Additional program information is provided by publishers. Information available.
12.1
Technology Specifications

Read the Full Report for Technology
(pdf, 1.93 MB)

12.2
Price Information

Read the Full Report for Pricing
(pdf, 163.12 KB)

12.3
Professional Learning Opportunities

Read the Full Report for Professional Learning Opportunities
(pdf, 142.58 KB)

12.4
Additional Language Supports

Read the Full Report for Additional Language Supports
(pdf, 149.47 KB)

Program Information

ISBN
9781338689105
Copyright Type
Proprietary
Print Version
Estimated number of pages:
Digital Version
Estimated number of click or scroll pages:
back to top